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Big Hero 6 is to brotherhood. Even though Tadashi and Hiro don’t get the happily ever after that Elsa and Anna enjoys for a princess party, this is still a story about the power of support, encouragement and brotherly love. As the adorably wise Baymax describes to Hiro, Tadashi is still with him, even if not actually. Baymax is the film most special character; he is part Groot, Mary Poppins, all huggable marshmallow love and goodness – the best buddy to broody young Hiro jaded sense of destiny about a globe in which someone you like can be gone in a flash.
Big Hero 6 is a charming, delightful movie that all ages will enjoy. Disney carries on its tradition by brining another amazing story with an exciting storyline and emotional pull. Frozen gave us a wonderful depiction of sisterhood, and while Big Hero 6 is a pretty more tragic, the bond between the brothers is touching. The animation is beautiful, especially the fused landscapes that San Fransokyo combines from Tokyo and San Francisco.
The positive messages in the movie are abundant, but they are found among some bigger them and plot elements that might be a pretty much for young kids. Hiro learns he needs to his expertise for a best of others rather than personal gain, but before he learns this he does participate in underground robot fighting and illegal gambling. Tadashi is an exemplary older correct direction. Tadashi also exhibits bravery, courage, and selflessness, which are defining worth that push Hiro into becoming a hero.